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In this Q&A, Dr Gerard Wong elucidates the inflammatory capacity of fragmented viral components from the perspective of supramolecular self-organisation.
The interactions linking intestinal microbiota with the functionality of basally resident alveolar macrophages and severity of infection are revealed.
The discovery that HIV capsids are importin-like transporters could be exploited for improved AIDS therapies.
A new discovery about the dynamic structure of norovirus particles has implications for vaccine development.
One gene involved in the production of iron-sulphur clusters may be crucial for the persistence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
A discovery about Zika’s enzyme, NS2B-NS3, offers promise for therapeutic targets for Zika and other flaviviruses.
Out of the US, a newly developed a rapid, stain-free, and automated viral plaque detection system enabled by holography and deep learning, is a cost-effective way of observing the formation of viral plaques caused by viral infections over a layer of cells.
Japanese researchers find a new mechanism for how the measles virus can cause a rare but fatal neurological disorder: subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE).